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Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education

Abstract

The article deals with the comparison of sentences and types of sentences in two different system languages, namely English and Uzbek. As the aim is to investigate thoroughly and make comparisons, sentence is defined firstly, and then types of sentences according to the aim of the interlocutor and grammatical structure are compared within the examples of English and Uzbek languages

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384

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391

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